YPUDU. ANAGRAMMISTE. 1981.

NYC: A & M Artworks/Grommet Gallery, 1981 30 x 42cm, 4pp (printed on one side only). A de facto print multiple which is also an announcement for two exhibitions - the first being a solo show by Dupuy (who initially took the space from over George Maciunas after the latter was beaten by mob contractors and then turned it into an art studio alongside Olga Adorno). Later Dupuy leased part of the Soho Loft space at 537 Broadway to Emily Harvey who set up the Grommet Gallery, which in turn, eventually became the Emily Harvey Gallery. The second event publicised here is a "T.B.K.T.T.C.Performance" with Charles Morrow, C. Santos, Jean Dupuy, J. Halberet, A. Schwerner, G. Velez, C. Tuynman, Emily Harvey, Olga Adorno and Christian Xatrec. The two works reproduced here here are printed in  red and black and apparently (along with other material by Dupuy) were seemingly some of the first of Fluxus affiliated works exposed to Harvey. Later her gallery would be come synonymous with artists who were heavily influenced by Fluxus. Dupuy was fascinated by anagrams and much of his early work would show columns of such sentences which would be re-arranged to create new combinations of words. His drawings would usually show how the letters should be rearranged to create the new formulations. Scarce early publication to be associated with Harvey. Later she would coordinate several other exhibitions by the artist in her gallery. VG+.

OLGA ADORNO. 1982. VERY EARLY EMILY HARVEY PUBLICATION & HARVEY’S FIRST EXHIBITION IN GROMMET GALLERY.

NYC: Grommet Gallery, 1982 30 x 21cm, 16pp exhibition catalogue for a drawing and performance show by Adorno. Designed by the artist and reproduced in her own facsimile hand with many illustrations and b/w photographs of performances and works. This was one of the very first manifestations of Emily Harvey's career as a gallerist - prior to this she had been working as a corporate art consultant- the Grommet Gallery later became the Emily Harvey Gallery and was based, like the latter, in 537 Broadway. It is claimed the early shows at Grommet were curated by Jean Dupuy and Christian Xatrec and it was not until the Emily Harvey Gallery was set up officially that she curated her own space. Staples are rusted here but else VG+. Scarce publication.

PASTICHE. 1982.

NYC: Grommet Gallery, 1982 28 x 22cm, 8pp (self cover). Artist's publication/journal which was designed by Jean Dupuy and Christian Xatrec and published by Emily Harvey (who held the copyright). Texts and works by Olga Adorno, Brian Butzak, Maureen Connor, Charles Dreyfus, Jean Dupuy, Y. Fusion, Jean Jacques Ferron, Ralston Farina, Geoffrey Hendricks, Jacques Halbert, Alexander Hahn, Emily Harvey, Hisachicka, Joel Hubaut, Dragan Ilic, Mati Klarwein, Arnuad Labell-Rejouy, Patrice Lerochereuil, Olivier Lerch, Linda Levit, Charles Long, Mollyne Kanosky, Tony Mascatello, Richard Mock, Robert Montoya, Tim Maul, Andrew Moszynski, Michael Moneagle, Minda Novek, Molly Randa, K. Roll, Marc Ryan, John Stewart, Steve Wilson, Wonder products, Christian Xantrec and Andrea Zakin are crammed into the eight pages all in b/w. The loose theme of the works was meant to be "pastiche" and the publication also promoted the group show of the same name at Grommet Gallery. A very scarce early publication from the gallery. VG+.

NOON. 1984. ONE OF THE EARLIEST SHOWS CURATED BY HARVEY.

NYC: Grommet Gallery, 1984 13.7 x 107cm, 2pp announcement card for an exhibition by the Fluxus affiliated French artist Jean Dupuy who was close to Emily Harvey. Grommet Gallery was the precursor to Emily Harvey gallery and this is one of the earliest shows curated by her. VG+.  

BREATHE RIVER ROUTE. 1986.

60 x 42cm, blue and orange exhibition poster with a reproduced work by the artists above gallery text. This was Malcolm Goldstein's "50th birthday concert" - Goldstein had been a fixture in NYC and had founded the Tone Roads Ensemble with James Tenney and Philip Corner  and was involved with the Judson Dance Theater as well as Charlotte Moorman's various Avant Garde festivals. Folded for mailing as issued else VG+.

PROJECTS FOR PAINTINGS. 1987.

NYC: Emily Harvey Artworks, 1987 14 x 17.8cm, 4pp. Announcement card with a reproduced painting and collage by the artist in colour on the inside with gallery text. A mailed example with address label. VG+.

ONE TIME. CITIZEN SELLS OUT! 1987.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1988 21 x 15cm, 6pp announcement in the form of an artist's small publication. The show consisted of Citizen Kafka (was the stage name of New York-based radio personality and folk musician Richard Shulberg) who on his 40th birthday had gathered almost "75% of (his) possessions" and taken them to Harvey's gallery where he was to sell them off at prices depending on his perception of what the items were worth to him. The newsletter format of the announcement has an image of R. Crumb eating a record on the front, and mention of various concerts in co-ordination with the event - including a "Wretched Refuse Thanksgiving" with Tuli Kupferberg (of the Fuggs) and friends. An amusing format of publicity for one of the first events at Harvey's gallery.

THIRD DIVERTISEMENT. 1987.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1987<BR> 15 x 10.5cm, 1pp. Announcement card with a photograph of the artist holding a sculpture on the front printed in blue and white with verso gallery details. VG+.<BR><BR>

EARTHLY WORKS. 1988.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1988<BR> 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp. Announcement with typographic design card on the front and verso gallery details. VG+.<BR><BR>

WHERE. 1988.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, n.p.. (1988)<BR> 9 x 15.5cm, 2pp. Announcement card with a typographic drawing by the artist on the front with verso gallery details. VG+.<BR><BR>

MADE IN FINLAND. 1988. 

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1988 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp. Announcement card for a US show displaying the artist’s latest works created during his domicile in Finland. A mailed example - with frankings and address table (for Harry Ruhe) and slight marks to the front of the card due to mailing also.

ORDINARY LIFE. MANUALS, MODELS, GAMES AND OTHER LESSONS. 1988.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, n.d. (1989) 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp. Announcement with an appropriated image of a blindfolded bull being used to pump water on the front. Verso gallery details. One of the earliest exhibitions at Emily Harvey's gallery in New York. VG+.

EXTRA! SPECIAL EDITIONS. 1988.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1988 15 x 10.5cm, 4pp announcement card with a silkscreen work by Charlotte Moorman on the front (Cello) and inside a list of artists with whom Francesco Conz had created object multiples and edition with including: Eric Andersen, Robert Ashley, George Brecht, Ben Vautier, Philip Corner, Joel Ducorroy, Jean Dupuy, Henry Flynt, Ken Friedman, John Giorno, Geoffrey Hendricks, Joe Jones, Milan Knizak, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, Charlie Morrow, Takako Saito, Alison Knowles, Jackson Mac Low, Larry Miller, Ben Patterson, Jeff Perkins, Carolee Schneemann, Serge Oldenburg, Yoshi Wada, Emmett Williams, and Bob Watts. Short text internally about Francesco Conz Editions. VG+.

CLASSIC MODERNISM AND AUTHENTIC CONCEPT ART. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989<BR> 8.9 x 15.4cm, 2pp. Typographic announcement card for a solo show of the Fluxus artist turned musician and conceptual artist with verso gallery details. VG+.<BR><BR>

CONCEPT ART ESSAYS. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp. Announcement card with a typographic design  (possibly originally by George Maciunas) for a "publication Party" for Io Nr 41 with contributions by Flynt and others. Verso gallery details. VG+.

TAPE CONCERT. HOEDOWN/GLISSANDO #1. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 8.8 x 15.5cm, 2pp. Announcement card with part of the score for one of the works (Hoedown for Two Fiddles) reproduced on the front with verso gallery details. A mailed copy with hand-written address - VG+ but one small brown stain on the front.

MAPS AND MORE. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp. Announcement card with a colour image of a painting (that looks like a collage) by Higgins - "Scorpio 1836 - 1872" on the front. Verso gallery details. VG+.

ARTIST’S TALK ON TALK. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp. Black on blue announcement card - with reproductions of Maciunas designed monographs reproduced on the front, verso gallery details. Talks by Ay-o, Philip Corner, Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles with Robert C. Morgan on Fluxus. A mailed example sent to Tony Zwicker but overall VG+.

THE APPOINTED CLOUD. A SOUND INSTALLATION. 1989.

NYC: Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp announcement card for a sound installation by Wada with one schematic diagram comparing relative sound levels of various machines and natural noises on the front . Verso gallery details. VG+.  

FLUXUS & CO. 1989.

NYC:  Emily Harvey Gallery, 1989 30 x 21cm, 12pp plus blue printed cover. Staple and tape bound. A short treatise on the history of Fluxus and various of the artists affiliated with the movement. VG+ although one small mark on front cover.